Karaman exports will be accelerated by high-speed train

With the high speed train, the export of Karaman will also accelerate: Transport, Maritime and Communication Minister Lütfi Elvan said, "The Konya-Karaman-Ulukışla-Yenice-Adana High Speed ​​Train Project will make a great contribution to Karaman, which exports an average of 300 million dollars a year, to reach its export target of 1 billion dollars." said.
Minister Elven, AA correspondent, in 2003, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's instructions in accordance with the state policy of the railways in the railway field, underlining that Turkey had entered a new era. Stating that High Speed ​​Train (YHT) projects have started to be put into service one after another since this date, Elvan said that the lines that have not touched for years have been renewed and that important steps have been taken to establish the national railway industry.
Ankara-Eskisehir YHT line in the world to utilize Turkey's YHT technology with entry into service in 2009. 8 In Europe, reminding rises to 6 country Elven, a major contribution to the economic development of the region where the line is, primarily the regional trade including industry and tourism, and sociocultural stated that he revived his structure.
- Travel time will be reduced to 40 minutes
Elvan also stated that when the Konya-Karaman-Ulukışla-Yenice-Adana high-speed train line, whose foundation was laid on March 12, is completed, passenger transportation will be carried out along with freight transportation. Expressing that the 102-kilometer Konya-Karaman stage will be built at a speed of 200 kilometers per hour, Elvan stated that with the completion of the project, the travel time between Konya and Karaman will decrease from 1 hour 13 minutes to 40 minutes.
Elvan emphasized that the passengers will have the opportunity to travel comfortably thanks to this line.
"Our region, as well as Turkey's most important grain production center that hosts numerous as part of its industrial enterprises. For this reason, this line, where freight transportation will also be carried out, will provide important advantages to our industrialists. When the Karaman-Ulukışla-Yenice-Adana part of the project is completed, our businessmen operating in Konya and Karaman will reach the ports in the Mediterranean in a much shorter time and at low cost, and will have the opportunity to open up to the Middle East and North African markets.
Karaman exported 300 million dollars last year. From this point of view, Konya-Karaman-Ulukışla-Yenice-Adana High Speed ​​Train Project will make a great contribution to reaching the export target of 1 billion dollars for Karaman. I believe that the high-speed train will create a doping effect in the increase in export figures of Karaman and Konya. We are carrying out projects that will not save the day, but that will raise our country to the level of contemporary civilizations and raise the welfare of our nation. Konya-Karaman-Ulukışla-Yenice-Adana High Speed ​​Train Project is very important both in terms of its contribution to our economy and as Karaman as the gateway of Central Anatolia to the Mediterranean. "
- Logistics center
Elvan stated that the ongoing construction of the Karaman Logistics Center is also important for the development of the city's industry. Stating that the center will enable the opening of the center to international markets via the Mersin Port of Karaman, Elvan continued as follows:
“Our project preparation works for the creation of the Karaman OIZ Cargo Terminal that will provide rail access to the Karaman Organized Industrial Zone and the potential freight in Karaman and its surroundings are continuing. With this project, we will build a new 4-way departure station for train formation and maneuver between Karaman and Sudurağı to enter the Karaman OSB freight terminal. A 4.200 meter long junction line will be installed into the OIZ from the newly created station. An OIZ Cargo Terminal will be established on 250 decares of land for loading and unloading, maneuvering, container stockpile and customs activities within the OIZ.
All in Karaman in Turkey as well as developing, will be entitled to his share of the growing economy. We will provide the industrialists with easier and cheaper transportation by equipping our country completely with air, land, sea and railways. We will increase their competitive power by strengthening their hand in the world market. They, too, will provide more added value to our country by producing more and exporting more. "

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  1. The YHT line and this is the cargo-line traffic. What would you desire? Arzu. A dilemma in a dilemma! Logically; If there is a line, then the load should be moved. But the opposite result; If the freight train travels in the YHT line, that is, if a MIXED-SERVICE is made, the MAINTENANCE-REPAIR-COSTS increase. This is the result of years of international HRT experience. Unfortunately, universal and physical physics and technical theories are valid for our country. For that reason, the Germans, after the ICE-1 line (Munich-Hamburg, mixed line), operate only monocultural lines on the lines ICE-2 and IC-3. Japanese and French, only monoculture business. The bad question is as follows: Karamanliler will double their income, we will pay the difference between the ID will pay? Which one is our choice: Cholera or Plague?